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Free Festivals and Carnivals in the UK

The UK is famous for its lively and varied festivals, with events for everyone’s tastes and interests. While some festivals can be expensive, the UK also has many free festivals that offer great entertainment without costing a penny. These free festivals showcase music, arts, food, and community activities, highlighting the UK’s rich culture and strong…

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Pre-pay Gas Meter vs Credit: What’s Cheaper?

From 1st April, the typical annual energy bill fell to £1,680 – the lowest it’s been since 2022. However, with the cost of bills still much higher than they were pre-COVID, people are still looking for ways to save. In this article, we’ll compare gas meters vs. credit and explore why approximately four million people…

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How To Negotiate Your Bills

New research from a 2024 Go Compare study found that just over one third of Brits haggle on their bills. Many bills are open to discussion, so if you’re willing to negotiate, you could reduce your recurring expenses on items like breakdown cover, broadband, mobile, and more. In this guide, we’ll share some practical steps…

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Guide to using Experian 2024

Guide to using Experian During difficult financial times, keeping on top of your credit score can give you a valuable insight on how you’re really managing. There are three major credit scoring agencies in the UK: Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. As one of the most popular credit reporting services, Experian is one option for people…

What is Debt Relief?

Debt relief solutions can give hope to those struggling with crippling debt. Here, we explore what these solutions look like in practice. If you find yourself struggling with debt, it can be hard to see light at the end of the tunnel. That’s why it’s important to understand that no matter the type of debt. …

Tenancy Deposit Scheme

Tenancy Deposit Claims All deposits must be held in a government-approved tenancy deposit scheme according to laws introduced in April 2007. These laws require landlords to protect a new tenants deposit in a one of three government schemes: The Deposit Protection Service, The Tenancy Deposit Scheme or MyDeposits within 30 days of receiving a tenant’s…